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Remember payola from the 1950s? Disc jockeys would take money from record producers to play certain records more often.
Well, pay-to-play is business as usual in today’s supermarkets.
Big grocery chains charge food manufacturers thousands of dollars to rent out the most desirable space on their shelves. That leaves a lot of small companies out of luck and blocks you from seeing some healthier food options.